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What's the big deal about this movie?
I was clicking around and saw that Titanic was the highest Grossing movie to date globally and I just don't understand what the big deal about this film was. There's been a thousand love stories where one lover dies at the sake of another: Cruel Intentions w/ Sebastian and Annette, West side story w/ Tony and Maria, Romeo+Juliet w/ Juliet thinking Romeo's dead, she cant live without him and that's d**n romantic. I'll admit the sets and costumes are gorgeous but the story's not that extraordinary-rich girl in an arranged society/political marriage with a loveless fiancé meets the charming almost always artistic poor boy who whirls her off her feet with the simple romantic things in life only to have the relationship be tragically struck down by fate-cough, cough-THE NOTEBOOK-cough
I don't mean to be trash Titanic, just someone tell me what makes it so d**n special? NOTE: And saying Leo DiCaprio/ Kate Winslet is in it doesn't count
Joan of Arcadia (2003)
The reason it was sacked was it got too complicated...
The 1st season where Joan had small episode to episode problems to deal with was what people liked,I doubt very many viewers didn't dig how in the last few minutes God would lead Joan to the night's big revelation and we'd all feel just a bit fuzzier for a short time. I think once the plot became more confusing and angst-ridden with the change in family dynamics and Joan and Adam's relationship people started falling off the bandwagon-I'm thinking of buying just the first season on DVD, and just convince myself the series is just a big ball of fuzzy feelings. If I could tell the high powers behind Joan of Arcadia anything I'd say- keep it light, when it comes to religion in today's America- light and generic is key, Manistream America is all up for jokes involving being Omniscient but I really think we should have kept it there instead of having Joan see Ghosts of dead friends and having Mrs Gerardi look for her faith while Kevin dates an ex-nun, it just doesn't quite go along with a fuzzy Friday night.
*Sorry for using the word "fuzzy" so many times*